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Sukia

Acquiring their name from a Mexican lesbian vampire comic-book heroine, the avant-lounge quartet Sukia surfaced from Los Angeles’ famed Silverlake scene (the same musical community house to Beck, the Beastie Boys, as well as the Dust particles Brothers). Made up of multi-instrumentalists Sasha Fuentes, Ross Harris, Sophistication Marks, and Craig …

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Billy Strange

Probably one of the most successful program musicians from the 1960s, Billy Strange was an associate of “The Wrecking Team,” the group of top notch players who also dominated the LA saving studios and done lots of the biggest strikes from the ’60s and ’70s. Unusual co-wrote strikes for Elvis …

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Steinski

Godfather of a number of the zanier areas of turntablism, Steinski created a succession of extra-legal functions of studio artwork — “Lesson A single: The Payoff Combine,” “Lesson Two: The Adam Brown Combine,” “Lesson 3: THE ANNALS of Hip-Hop” — that quickly became DJ landmarks plus some of the very …

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Daedelus

Blessed Alfred Weisberg-Roberts in Santa Monica, California, manufacturer/instrumentalist Daedelus wished to end up being an inventor from an early on age group, a sentiment that resulted in him selecting an artistic moniker (in Greek mythology, Daedelus was called an inventor, although Weisberg-Roberts also cites the type Stephan Dedalus in Adam …

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Hal Blaine

Hal Blaine was the busiest saving program drummer in LA in the 1960s and 1970s, taking part in the drums about — by his count number — thousands of recordings, from your Wall of Audio productions of Phil Spector to Brian Wilson’s productions from the Seaside Males, and including a …

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Daniel Rossen

A unique and prolific songwriter, Daniel Rossen performs with Grizzly Keep, Section of Eagles, so when a solo artist. The grandchild of movie director Robert Rossen, he was created in LA on August 5, 1982 and started producing music in earnest in 2000, when he became a roommate of Fred …

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Tommy Tedesco

Billed as “probably the most documented guitarist ever sold,” Tommy Tedesco was one among the very best session guitarists ever, able to perform convincingly in just about any design of music, but focusing on pop/rock, jazz, and soundtrack work. Tedesco was created July 3, 1930, in Niagara Falls, NY; after …

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Yppah

Yppah, a reversal of the term happy, pronounced “yippah,” began as Texas local Joe Corrales’ single electronic task before evolving right into a full-fledged rock and roll clothing. Roping in Chemical substance Brothers beats, ’60s psychedelic, post-rock, and shoegaze, the effect can be an atmospheric, calming soundscape that easily jumps …

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Manitoba

Begin Breaking My Heart, the debut record from Canada’s Manitoba (Dan Snaith) for The Leaf Label, underlined his position between the chattering electronic classes among the brightest skills to emerge during the period of 2001. Having currently proved himself grasp from the sublime along with his debut EP, People Consuming …

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Shortwave Set

This reclusive London, England-based trio comprises vocalist/guitarist Ulrike Bjorsne, programmer David Farrell and Andrew Pettit, who holds responsibility in most from the band’s songwriting. Shortwave Established are intentionally obscure, and also their website provides no clue concerning their origins. What’s clear is the fact that their development in 2003 was …

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